Three former workers at the Kabale based Hope Radio, who recently resigned over nonpayment for six months have threatened to drag the radio to court.
Judie Twinomujuni, Nelson Twakire and Timothy Tuhumwire through their lawyer Justus Muhangi of Muhangi, Justus Partners and Advocates claim they haven’t been paid since December last year.
They were working as presenters at this Christian radio station.
“This serves to write on behalf of Twakire Nelson, Twinomujuni Jude and Tuhumwire Timothy our clients to demand for the December, January, Febuary, March, April and May pay,” the lawyer wrote.
“Our clients are also reliably informed that you received a donation from your donors for clearing the above salaries. Failure to have these salaries paid shall lead a protracted legal battle at your cost and great embarrassment; expect no notice”.
The radio is owned by Bishop Aloysious Kiiza of Lift up Jesus Global Ministries in Kabale which he runs with Lift Up Jesus church in Kirigime Kabale Municipality.
Bishop Kiiza didn’t respond to our calls when we tried to reach him.